The cottage was beautifully furnished and the kitchen well equipped. The main bedroom had stunning ever changing views across the estuary , the bed was so comfortable. The small bedroom was perfect for children and the bathroom was small but well designed. There were plenty of useful books and games. A perfect place to explore the stunning countryside. The owners lived next door and were able to provide information and advice. The pub just over the road was a great place to chill after a long walk and before our evening meal also a lovely way to meet the locals. All in all a perfect holiday destination .
Super cottage and location. Beautiful views over the estuary. Quiet and plenty of walks nearby. Our first visit to Pembrokeshire and we never had any problems finding places to go and things to do. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the cottage. The beds were especially comfy.
Laburnam Cottage was very well equipped with wood burner (even firelighters and matches provided), very comfortable king-size bed with quality linen, large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/drier and central heating - a home-from-home. Hosts, Rhian and Philip were most helpful and knowledgeable about the local area. We both heartily recommend Laburnam Cottage as a peaceful, comfortable, welcoming escape.
We had a wonderfull short break in Laburnum cottage. The Cressely arms was open again, the weather was dry!, and there were so many interesting places to visit that we were spoilt and filled with indecision. The cottage was very comfortable and was a home from home kind of experience for us. Well equipped and well positioned, we could not ask for more. We will the back!.
Top quality in every respect...set in a wonderful setting the whole experience was a delight from start to finish. Delightful owners who live next door have the holiday cottage business down to a fine art...everything has been considered....we could not find anything which we thought had been missed or improved upon. The outdoor area is stunning...sitting overlooking the tidal river with the use of the barbecue,, glass of wine in hand was so relaxing and fascinating. Log burner, oceans of hot water, soft towels and beds you just won't want to get out of.....we do a lot of cooking and found everything we could ever need...all of an excellent quality.
The cottage was lovely and very well equipped, a last minute decision to take our grandchildren caused no problems and they were thrilled with being able to play with the owners dog or venture to the stepping stones on their own (still in our view from the quay or cottage. The quay was a delight, something going on most nights, from bar-b-ques to crabbing to Morris Dancing. One morning we even saw the local pack of hounds walk through. every one was friendly and there s plenty to see without travelling miles. The toll bridge at Pembroke Dock gives a stunning view. Carew castle and Mill well worth a visit. Pirates Café at Amroth for brilliant fish and chips to take away or eat in, small car park just round back is free.If you use big car park in Tenby don't waste time queueing for machines by entrance there are two more in top left hand corner and another over otherside (no one seemed aware of this). Area abit lacking in shops best we found was Co Op in Kilgetty, been there years and still as good. Folly Farm is brilliant for kids being farm animals and zoo and adventure playground, plenty of room to eat your own food as well (indoors and out). If you like nightlife this is not for your but if you want peace and quiet its brilliant like a step back in time. The owners are very friendly without making you feel uncomfortable and even offer a cooked evening meal if you want it.